Icebergs viewed as individual objects have a sculptural visual capacity. Light, along with the weight of the foreground and background, highlight the various qualities of their mass and form.
As their siting within an environment changes, their scale is engaged. Within the context of the mainland Antarctic continent, their grandeur is reduced to a mere spec within a larger system of floating ice objects.
This collection intends to stimulate introspective thoughts about one's experience with something that is seemingly monumental versus understanding that same object within its own context.